Graduate Studies in History at the University of West Georgia
GRA applications for Fall 2013 are due April 15, 2013. Students interested in Public History GRAships must contact Dr. Ann McCleary (firstname.lastname@example.org) as soon as possible!
MA Thesis Writers’ Colloquia: we are continuing our monthly meetings for thesis writers. Below is the schedule of this semester’s meetings and topics. More details will be sent out prior to each event.
April 9 – writing the academic vs. non-academic resume (TBA)
Second-Tuesday Brown Bag Lunch: every second Tuesday of the month, several faculty will be available in the History Lounge area for Brown Bag Lunch and conversation. Please feel free to bring any and all questions and concerns about the programme, classes, and procedures.
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The History Department at the University of West Georgia offers an exciting and versatile M.A. program in History to prepare students for careers in teaching, law, business, government, museum work, archive management, public history, and library and information science. There are concentrations in American, World, European, Public History, Atlantaic World, and War and Society in Global Perspective; a certificate program in Museum Studies in conjunction with the Atlanta History Center; and a post-M.A. certificate in museum studies. Working closely with our faculty, you will be trained to think critically, write clearly, and analyze effectively.
For more information on the graduate program in History at the University of West Georgia, contact our Graduate Coordinator,
Dr. Nadya Popov.